Siemens SQX62



  • I would like to use my actuators for underfloor heating with unipi
    Is it possible to connect 24 Vac on analog on unipi as illustrated.
    Then replace N1 with a unipi
    [attachment=1:3p3de0wg]Siemens SQX62.jpg[/attachment:3p3de0wg]

    Connection as shown below
    SN>A0G
    SP>A0V
    Y>A0
    [attachment=0:3p3de0wg]Analog_unipi.jpg[/attachment:3p3de0wg]



  • I would like to use my actuators for underfloor heating with unipi
    Is it possible to connect 24 Vac on analog on unipi as illustrated.
    Then replace N1 with a unipi
    [attachment=1:3p3de0wg]Siemens SQX62.jpg[/attachment:3p3de0wg]

    Connection as shown below
    SN>A0G
    SP>A0V
    Y>A0
    [attachment=0:3p3de0wg]Analog_unipi.jpg[/attachment:3p3de0wg]



  • You definitely do not want to connect 24V AC

    But what is a little confusing that the connector has 0-10V DC but does not have a proper GND for it... Or am I missing anything? Because you cannot connect the GND of UniPi to the AC gnd. But if you find where to put gnd for the 0-10V than you can easily connect it according to the second picture



  • GND to 0-10V DC sits on G0 24VAC on Siemens RLE162 regulator



  • The problem is solved
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